Beer Rinse To The Test: Revitalize Curls

Happy St. Patty’s Day, friends! Grab your green and your brew because I’ve got an interesting rinse that is said to bring your curls back to life! When I found out about a rinse that involved pouring beer into my hair, I was a bit grossed out. However, the benefits of a beer rinse for naturally curly hair made a lot of […]

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Sonrisa Recap: February 2015

[Touring YouTube Space LA]I was really looking forward to taking loads of photos this month for this series. There was so much going on – Mardi Gras, Valentine’s Day, Lent started, Warmer weather, Crawfish season, and attending my first bloggers conference! However, I didn’t really get to enjoy Mardi Gras or Valentines Day, (I didn’t […]

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Top Tips for Hair Growth

One of the most frustrating things a curly girl might experience is trying to retain length during transition. If you feel your curls aren’t growing as fast or as long as you would like them to, check out my video and article I posted in collaboration with NaturallyCurly.com on my Top 10 Tips for Growing Longer, Healthier […]

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V-Day Gifts For Your Curls

Let’s not forget the importance of treating your curls with extra love on this big day! Here are a few gift items to give yourself to show a little appreciation to those curls! You might even want to consider giving a gift to a “Curlfriend” to show that you support them on their journey to […]

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Sonrisa Recap: January 2015

[Celebrating my sister’s Fabulous 40th with my favorite Half-Mexicans] I knew that when I’d start this blog, I wanted to incorporate a series that was inspired by one of my favorite bloggers, Emily Schuman of Cupcakes and Cashmere. In Emily’s Blog, she writes about 5 things that have made her happy to end the week on a […]

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DIY Gelatin Protein Treatment

If you have been experiencing a lot of breakage lately or are trying to recover from heat damage, try this DIY protein treatment. It contains a special ingredient called Hydrolyzed Protein which coats the hair shaft and repairs damage on the outer layers. Hydrolyzed protein is also the main ingredient in the ApHogee Protein Treatment, so […]

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